October 15, 2016
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We applaud the Learning Rights Law
Center for its support of children in our
community, and congratulate Shawna
Parks, recipient of the Breaking Education
Barriers Award.
A Cau f Celeati Spss
HEROES
Nixon Peabody LLP
Alicia Miñana & Rob Lovelace with Laurel Glen Vineyard
ADVOCATE
Trebek Family Foundation
ALLIES
California Community Foundation
Mark Challed
Dentons US LLP
The Morrison & Foerster Foundation
Newman Aaronson Vanaman
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
FRIENDS
Lisa & Scott Henry
Lucie & David Hinden
Jill Bickett & Robert Hubbell
Shawna Parks
The Pipkin Charitable Foundation
Tina Steck & Steve Young
Maribeth Towers
Marysol & Sri Velamoor
Learning Rights extends a very special
thank y
to this evening’s sponsors.
Dear Friend  Learning Rights,
Welcome to our Cause for Celebration! We are proud to share and celebrate the
successes of yet another exemplary year. Last year, we helped more than 18,000 low-
income children, their parents and families. This hard work is made possible by the
generous support of donors, colleagues, and friends like you, who understand how strategic
advocacy at critical moments in a student’s life can dramatically improve his or her
educational experience and, in turn, improve the entire school community.
We are thrilled to recognize Shawna Parks with our Breaking Education Barriers Award,
Nixon Peabody LLP with our Champions of Education Award, and Tom Morello with
our Justice Through Arts and Media Award. Shawna and the Nixon Peabody team
both have devoted enormous amounts of time and talent in pursuit of a common goal
-- that all students have equitable access to the public education system. It’s also worth
noting that those two honorees have been contributing mightily to the Learning Rights
mission since our very first days, and so our staff and Directors are profoundly grateful
for their bold commitment to educational justice and for their enduring loyalty. Tom
Morello, of the famed band Rage Against the Machine, has for decades been a staunch
advocate for social justice and traditionally marginalized members of the community.
We are proud to recognize his ongoing advocacy with our inaugural Justice Through
Arts and Media Award.
During this evening’s Live Program, we are presenting to you a Fund-A-Need appeal.
We would be truly overjoyed if you would support the important work we do through
our LAMCE Program, our medical-legal collaborative with L.A.s Childrens Hospital.
We are hopeful many of you will participate by making a meaningful donation to
provide assistance to students with medical issues that impact their education. With
your support, Learning Rights can continue to fight for the education rights of children
just like the clients featured in tonight’s video, as well as the many other at-risk
students whom we defend daily.
The Learning Rights Board of Directors and staff can’t thank you enough for coming
out to support us. Our vision is a world in which all children may pursue a meaningful
and equitable education that provides them with a brighter future and the means to
become successful adults. We thank each and every one of you for helping us reach
closer to this vision.
With immense gratitude,
Tina Steck
Chair, Learning Rights Board of Directors
Inés Kuperschmit
Co-Executive Director and Co-Founder
Janeen Steel
Co-Executive Director and Co-Founder
Incendiary rock guitarist and acoustic troubadour Tom Morello, known for his innovative
guitar solos and thunderous chords, is a groundbreaking artist whether in his solo career
or as an original member of the rock bands Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave,
two acts responsible for multiple Grammy Awards and a combined 30 million albums
sold worldwide.
He’s released four solo albums as The Nightwatchman and formed the band Street
Sweeper Social Club with Boots Riley of The Coup in 2009. Morello has also been
recognized by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the “100 Greatest Guitar Players of
All-Time (#26).” Morello has produced or collaborated with artists of diverse genres
including WuTang Clan, Johnny Cash, Tool, John Fogerty, Anti-Flag, Public Enemy,
Joe Strummer, Crystal Method, Calle 13, Dave Mathews Band, Johnny Cash, Linkin
Park, Travis Barker and Pete Seeger. In addition, he joined Bruce Springsteen and the
E-Street Band for their 2014 world tour in support of Springsteen’s studio album High
Hopes (Columbia Records) on which Morello is featured on eight tracks.
This year, Morello joined forces with fellow Rage Against The Machine bandmates
Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk, as well as Cypress Hill’s B-Real and Public Enemy’s
Chuck D and DJ Lord to form the band Prophets of Rage. The group came together as
a politically charged response to 2016’s tumultuous election year and are currently on
a 35-city trek across North America.
Morello is also a valiant activist, most recently holding a curating role for this year’s
Global Citizen: The World On Stage event, which is a social action platform working to
end extreme poverty.
T Mello
Justice Thrgh Art & Media Award Winner
After spending nearly fifteen years working on impact litigation with nonprofit
organizations, in 2014 Shawna founded the Law Oce of Shawna L. Parks, which litigates
civil rights, disability rights, and education cases. Throughout her career, Shawna has worked
extensively on high-impact and class action cases throughout the country, focusing on
discrimination in criminal and juvenile justice facilities, law enforcement, court systems,
education, government benefits, employment and housing. Her education work has a
particular emphasis on cases involving youth with disabilities who have behavior issues
and/or where there is court or police involvement, with the goal being to ensure these
youths remain in supportive education settings and out of juvenile halls, jails and prisons.
Shawna has twice been named an Attorney of the Year by California Lawyer Magazine
for her work on precedent-setting cases, including her work on a landmark class action
addressing systemic education reform in Los Angeles County’s largest juvenile detention
camp. She has also twice been named one of the Top 100 Women Litigators in California
by the Daily Journal. In 2013, Shawna was lead trial counsel in a federal class action
representing more than 900,000 people with disabilities in a challenge to the City of
New York’s failure to address their needs in its large scale disaster plans, leading the
trial team to victory in the first trial of its kind.
Shawna received her B.A. from U.C. Berkeley, and her J.D. from Boalt Hall School of
Law at U.C. Berkeley, where she was a Notes and Comments editor for the California
Law Review, and member of the Task Force on Public Interest Law. After law school,
she was a Fulbright Fellow in Budapest, Hungary, and then received an Equal Justice
Works Fellowship for her work as a new lawyer.
Shawna Parks
Breaking Educati Barrier Award Winner
LAMCE (Los Angeles Medical-Legal Collaborative for Education), a program of
Learning Rights Law Center, delivers an integrated medical-legal approach to ensure
the health of patients from birth to 22 years who are receiving treatment at Children’s
Hospital of Los Angeles. Patient health is improved by tackling a critical social determinant
for poor children – their education.
LAMCE safeguards young patients’ rights to immediate school re-entry after an
extended hospitalization or illness, obtains necessary health accommodations throughout
the school day so that school is a safe environment, and enforces special education
and disability laws to ensure a free appropriate public education (FAPE). To these ends,
Learning Rights provides education advocacy, free direct legal representation and consultation
and training to healthcare providers and patients.
LAMCE helps prevent children from cycling back into the hospital again and again
because their healthcare needs can’t be properly managed during the school day.
By securing critically needed health accommodations, nursing services, and special
education related services, students can continue to safely learn at school despite their
medical challenges. Children with special needs also benefit from the enforcement of
education and disability laws (e.g., improved Individualized Education Programs and
Section 504 Plans) because their educational outcomes are improved.
The complex nature of these problems often requires healthcare and legal professionals
working together. A legal letter can often get a response where a doctor’s or social
workers letter does not. The reverse is also true -- lawyers’ arguments carry more
weight when they include a medical opinion. We believe legal intervention can be a
potent form of preventative medicine.
Nixon Peabody is a full-service law firm with more than 650 attorneys who serve clients
ranging from Fortune 100 companies to municipalities. Our footprint is in major business
centers throughout the U.S. and abroad. Nixon Peabody has played an important role
in California’s legal, economic, cultural, and financial communities for over a century.
Our successful evolution derives from our commitment to delivering the highest quality
legal services and superb client service, as well as our adherence to high ethical standards,
collegiality in the workplace, and dedication to our community.
Today, we are still actively engaged in California and Los Angeles. Given LAs position
as a thriving business center, our attorneys practice domestically and abroad on a range
of finance, corporate, intellectual property, litigation and transactional matters. Our
clients are public agencies, cultural institutions, strategic and private investors, artists,
fashion brands, health care organizations, emerging growth companies and renowned
academic institutions creating innovations that will drive society far into the future.
Nixon Peabody is committed to playing an active role in strengthening local organizations
and participate in advancing charitable causes of the community, including the wonderful
work of the Learning Rights Law Center. We have been an educational champion for
low-income students for years, providing critical pro bono support to Learning Rights
Law Center. Our partner, Jill Gordon, was instrumental in getting the Learning Rights
Law Center’s Los Angeles Medical-Legal Collaborative for Education off the ground.
Since 2006, the Collaborative has helped hundreds of children who have serious medical
issues receive equitable access to public education. Recently, Nixon Peabody filed an
amicus curiae brief in Timothy O. v. Paso Robles Unified School District. Timothy O.,
who has autism, was denied equitable access to public education. The brief was part of
a successful effort to reverse the District Court’s ruling in the case, which impacts how
California school districts assess learning disabilities.
Nix Peaby LLP
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Gabriela Teissier is a news anchor and reporter for “Noticias Univision 34: KMEX-TV,
the number one television station in the nation. She currently serves as host of
A Primera Hora (At First Hour) that airs Monday through Friday, from 5 am to 7 am.
Gabriela received “Best News Anchor” recognition by the prestigious LA Press Club
as well as Emmy’s and Telly awards for her reporting, anchoring and writing skills. She
has interviewed important personalities like President Barack Obama, the President
and Nobel laureate Shimon Peres, President of Mexico Vicente Fox, journalist and
former first lady of California Maria Shriver, just to name a few.
Gabriela is passionate about social, environmental and education topics. She is also
very active in the community and is on the board of American Heart Association as
well as the board of directors of Act-Today, a not for profit organization that provides
therapy and services for families with people with Autism. Gabriela has been recognized
as “Ambassador of Hope” by the City of Hope and has helped host Mexico’s “Teleton”
year after year. She was honored with the Excellence in Broadcast Journalism Impact
Award by the National Hispanic Media Coalition and has received numerous recognitions
from the City of Los Angeles and the State of California for her contributions and the
betterment of the community and people she serves.
Born and raised in Mexico City, Gabriela grew up speaking Spanish, German and
English, becoming fully trilingual before she moved to the United States. She lives in
California with her two sons and her husband.
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WE PROUDLY SUPPORT
AND CONGRATULATE
THE CLIENTS, STAFF
AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
LEARNING RIGHTS LAW CENTER ON
ANOTHER GREAT YEAR!
WE ARE HONORED TO BE A
PART OF SUCH
TRAILBLAZING ORGANIZATION.
WE ALSO SALUTE
TONIGHT’S HONOREES,
NIXON PEABODY LLP,
SHAWNA PARKS AND
TOM MORELLO, FOR THEIR
COMMITMENT TO
EDUCATION EQUITY AND
SOCIAL JUSTICE.
TREBEK FAMILY FOUNDATION
We believe that every child has a right to learn.
Since 2005, Learning Rights Law Center has been
promoting and protecting the individual right to education
for children in the greater Los Angeles area. The focus
of our direct legal representation and education advocacy
is to get low income and disadvantaged children the
education services and support they need to succeed
in school. The purpose of our education training and
community outreach programs is to empower families and
provide a basis for true grassroots education reform.
Our vision is a world in which all children may
pursue a meaningful and equitable education that provides
them with a brighter future and the means
to become successful adults.
Visi
Learning Rights Law Center seeks to achieve
education equity for low income and
disadvantaged students in the public education
system in the greater Los Angeles area.
We change the lives of at risk students
who have disabilities, face discrimination or are
involved in the dependency or juvenile justice
systems by providing free legal services, education
advocacy, and community training.
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LEARNING RIGHTS LAW CENTER
The Road to Education Equity 2015
LITIGATION
1 civil rights
case filed
LEGAL ADVOCACY
106 cases filed
EDUCATION RIGHTS
CONSULTATIONS
1,174 people served
TRAINING
1,404 people served
OUTREACH
16,248 people served
SERVICES PROVIDED IN 2015
In 2015, Learning Rights’ advocacy resulted in thousands
of hours of compensatory education services and
therapies - and more than
$2.6 Million worth of free
services - being awarded to poor and disabled students.
4,395 HOURS
of compensatory intensive
academic remediation services
365 HOURS
of compensatory occupational
therapy services
163
assessments
over
$285,500
in trust
1,592 HOURS
of behavior services in the
school and home
700+ HOURS
of transition services
1,413 HOURS
of compensatory speech
and language services
Learning Right Law Center
Brd  Direct
TINA STECK
Chair
Attorney
DR. JILL BICKETT
Secretary
Loyola Marymount University
JOSEPH TELTSER
Treasurer
Coronal Group LLC
ALICIA MIÑANA
Immediate Past Chair
Law Offices of Alicia Miñana
KIM ARCHER
BNY Mellon Wealth
Management
LILY CORZO
Capital Research
WENDY HARPER
Ernst & Young LLP
ADAM MOSES
Milbank, Tweed, Hadley &
McCloy LLP
GARY ROBERTS
Dentons US LLP
JASON RUDOLPH
Attorney
MARIBETH TOWERS
Major League Soccer
MARYSOL SANCHEZ
VELAMOOR
Attorney
ERIKA WHITE
Education Advocate
Learning Right Law Center
Advisy Cncil
ALISON CHIU
Attorney
JILL GORDON
Nixon Peabody LLP
DORI KENNEALLY
Attorney
JANE LORD
Attorney
LORALIE OGDEN
CBRE
MARC PUGSLEY
Motolease
JEAN TREBEK
Education Advocate
IRMA VASQUEZ
Education Advocate
HEATHER ZAKSON
Law Offices of Heather Zakson
INÉS KUPERSCHMIT
Co-Executive Director & Co-Founder
JANEEN STEEL
Co-Executive Director & Co-Founder
KYRA CLIPPER
Advocacy for Children with
Autism Program Director
SAMANTHA COCHRAN
Pro-Bono & Brief Services Director
RODOLFO ESTRADA
TIGER Program Director
CAROL JUNG
Los Angeles Medical-Legal
Collaborative for Education Director
JESSICA TOTH
Staff Attorney
ERIN BURRIS
Special Education Law Fellow
RENEE DUBIE VAN BEEVER
Special Education Law Fellow
E. MELISSA RIOS
Paralegal Manager
OLGA SAMOILOVSKIS
Finance & Office Manager
AZRA VARISCIC
Development Manager
ALANNAH DELGADO
Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator
ANTHONY HERNANDEZ
Technology & Communications
Coordinator
LETICIA MEJIA
Pro Bono & Brief Services Coordinator
CARMEN REYNAGA
TIGER Program Coordinator
SERGEI HASENECZ
Legal File Clerk
GABRIELA GARCIA
Administrative Assistant
YASMEEN GARCIA
Receptionist & Administrative Support
TIGER (Training Individuals for Grassroots
Education Reform) Program Teachers:
Melissa Canales
Beginning TIGER, Torres Martinez Tribal
TANF, Monterey Park
Jennifer Chang
Beginning TIGER, Koreatown
Cynthia Landes - Beginning TIGER, Watts
Kim McReynolds – Bell,
Beginning TIGER. Whittier
Cecilia Ortiz - Beginning TIGER,
East Los Angeles
Lambreni Waddell - Beginning TIGER,
San Gabriel Valley
Crystal White - Beginning TIGER,
Long Beach
Heather Zakson - Advanced TIGER,
Los Angeles
Learning Right Law Center
Sta
Because every child has a right to learn!
Thank you to the staff of Learning Rights and to its Board of Directors
for their ongoing dedication to the vision of Learning Rights –
A world in which all children may pursue a meaningful
and equitable education providing them with a bright future
and the means to become successful adults.
Congratulations to the 2016 Honorees:
Shawna Parks, Nixon Peabody LLP and Tom Morello.
Your outstanding work in our community enables
Learning Rights to continue to provide pro bono education counsel,
advocacy and training to children and families in need.
With sincere appreciation, Tina Steck & Steve Young
Congratulations to Learning Rights’ staff, board and clients on
another ground-breaking year in education advocacy!
Congratulations to Nixon Peabody LLP and Tom Morello
on their awards recognizing all that they do for our community!
I am honored and privileged to work with such a passionate
and dedicated group of education rights advocates!
Shawna L. Parks
www.parks-law-office.com
Learning Rights
Law Center
salutes
for changing lives and futures
by ensuring that all Angelenos
have access to a quality education
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We also thank Nixon Peabody, LLC for the committed
support of Learning Rights Law Center.
Congratulations to tonight’s honoree, Nixon Peabody LLP
for the receipt of the Champions of Education Award.
Your commitment to education equity
and Learning Rights’ mission is unsurpassed.
Congratulations to Shawna Parks for the receipt
of the Breaking Education Award.
You have been a great friend and an ally.
Congratulations to Tom Morello for the receipt
of the Justice Through Arts and Media Award.
We are grateful for all that you do for our communities.
We could not have done the work we do today
without you and we are forever grateful for
your generosity and commitment to our mission.
Janeen Steel and Mark Challed
To Shawna Parks, Nixon Peabody LLP
and Tom Morello:
We are grateful for the work that
you do for all children
Jill Bickett and Robert Hubbell
Congratulations to
Learning Rights Law Center
on another year of excellence in
education advocacy and each of tonight’s
honorees for your dedication and
exemplary service to our community!
We are honored to be part
of such a trailblazing organization.
Sri & Marysol Velamoor
WE ARE PROUD TO SUPPORT THE CLIENTS,
STAFF AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
LEARNING RIGHTS LAW CENTER.
WE ARE HONORED TO BE A PART OF SUCH
TRAILBLAZING ORGANIZATION.
WE SALUTE TONIGHT’S HONOREES,
NIXON PEABODY LLP,
SHAWNA PARKS AND TOM MORELLO,
FOR THEIR COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION
EQUITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE.
LUCIE AND DAVID HINDEN
Congratulations to learning rights
on another great year of serviCe to
Children in need and to honorees
nixon Peabody, llP, shawna Parks
and tom morello.
we salute our dear friend,
tina steCk,
for her dediCation and Commitment
to eduCation equity.
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Learning Rights extends a very special thank you
to this evening’s auction donors.
A Cau f Celeati
Aucti D
We proudly support and congratulate
Co-Executive Directors, Janeen Steel
and Inés Kuperschmit, as well
as the staff and Board of Directors of
Learning Rights Law Center!
We know the vital role Learning Rights
plays in our community with its
outstanding work on behalf of students
with educational needs and we proudly
accept our responsibility in giving back.
We also salute tonight’s honorees,
Nixon Peabody LLP, Shawna Parks
and Tom Morello, for their
commitment to education equity
and Learning Rights’ mission.
Alicia Miñana, Rob Lovelace and Family
The Board of Directors and Staff of Learning Rights Law Center
congratulate tonight’s honorees!
We thank you for attending
A Cause for Celebration 2016!
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Everyday, the staff at Learning Rights Law Center fights for our clients’ right to learn
in their local public schools located in the greater Los Angeles area. They are forever
thankful for your support of our mission to achieve education equity for all students:
Aaron, Abigail, Adam, Adolfo, Augustin, Aiden, Aileen, Alejandro,
Alex, Alexandra, Alexis, Alia, Alonso, Almador, Amanda, Ana,
Anamaria, Andrea, Andrew, Andy, Angel, Anthony, Antonia, Antuan,
Ariel, Arturo, Avery, Antonio, Arnold, Brandon, Brandy, Brenda,
Brian, Carlos, Cesar, Christian, Christopher, Corey, Courtney,
Crystal, Dakoda, Daniel, Darian, David, Dennis, Desiree, Destiny,
Deon, Delana, Dion, Dillon, Dylan, Edgar, Eduardo, Elijah, Elisa,
Emma, Emmanuel, Emily, Eriberto, Erick, Estefani, Erick, Erika,
Estevan, Ethan, Evan, Fabian, Felix, Fidel, Francisco, Frank, Gabriel,
Gavin, George, Gerald, Gerry, Gilbert, Gissette, Gisele, Glenda,
Guadalupe, Guillermo, Gustavo, Hector, Hilda, Isabella, Ishmael,
Ivan, Jacqueline, Jacob, Jaime, Jake, Jasmin, Jay, Jeffrey, Jessica,
Jeremiah, Jesse, Jesus, Jocelyn, Johnny, Jonathan, Jorge, Jose,
Joseph, Jovanny, Juan, Julian, Julian, Junior, Kaba, Kacey, Karla,
Katie, Kiarra, Keri, Kerry, Kimberly, Kevin, Kristie, Laisha, Leonardo,
Leslie, Letty, Lizeth, Luis, Manuela, Marco, Marielena, Mario,
Mark, Marisol, Martin, Melany, Miah, Michael, Miguel, Mirisa, Nancy,
Natalie, Nelli, Nicole, Manuela, Nicolas, Noah, Noe, Nolen, Octavia,
Oscar, Olver, Pablo, Pamela, Paul, Rachel, Randy, Raymond, Rebecca,
Regina, Roman, Richard, Rocco, Rosario, Ryan, Samantha, Santiago,
Salvador, Sebastian, Sophia, Sebastian, Tenasha, Timothy, Tori,
Travis, Tristian, Thomas, Wilder, William, Vernell, Victoria, Vincent,
Viviana, Xander, Zion, Dylan, Sophia and Zoey.